Other charges are fees added to order receipt documents for costs other than items purchased or returned. Other charges may include, for example, postage, shipping, assembly, and restocking fees.
Other charges are entries on your statement that do not appear in transaction charges or other charge categories. They can include chargebacks and manual adjustments, and can either be credited or debited to your account.
An Order for Miscellaneous Charges (MCO), also known as a Document for Miscellaneous Purposes (MPD), is an accountable IATA document, similar to an old airline ticket, used to process payment for travel arrangements. They are issued by airlines but typically pay for services other than airfare.
Other payouts can indicate a variety of things, including internal transfers or personal payouts at branch offices. Your friend is welcome to contact us so we can further investigate their account.
If your bank blocks your account, part of your balance becomes unavailable for a certain period. Your bank may place a hold due to a recent withdrawal or check deposit. Holds are designed to protect banks from financial loss if you overdraw your account.
Multiple Service Fees are fees to individual customers for individual services that are not reimbursed by the collective feepayers. In addition, they are intended to charge the direct costs to those who caused the costs. Usually not “pitched” to include profit.
An MCO is another charge order issued by either the airline or agency to process the payment of travel arrangements, typically to pay for services other than airfare.
Fee Purchase: Fee purchases represent deferred payment transactions that increase the outstanding balance of a folio account. In this type of transaction, front office workers use fee receipts as a transaction-supporting document.
means all liabilities to the Council other than interest or past due interest.
Page 1. Various Strains & credits. From time to time various debits/credits need to be recorded when there is an entry on the bank statement but not in Hirum, or vice versa. This is essentially a journal entry and should be edited and corrected as soon as possible.
A Returned Deposited Item (RDI) is a check that was returned to a depositor because it could not be cleared against the check maker’s account. Deposited items can be returned for many reasons such as: E.g. insufficient or unavailable funds, payment freeze, closed account, questionable or missing signature, etc.
Is this legal? The truth is that banks have the right to withdraw funds from one account to cover an unpaid balance or default in another account. This is only allowed if a person has two or more different accounts at the same bank.